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  • BUCKLE, VEHICLE-MOUNTED SYSTEM, AND SEATBELT SYSTEM

    Provided is a buckle comprising: a main body that can be connected to a tongue attached to a seatbelt of a vehicle; a buckle switch that detects whether the tongue and the main body are connected; and an occupant sensor that detects an occupant in the seat of the vehicle. The occupant sensor switches the function of detection of the occupant using the detection state of the buckle switch. Also provided are: a vehicle-mounted system comprising the buckle and a receiving device that receives the information detected by the occupant sensor; and a seatbelt system comprising the buckle.
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  • DRIP-PROOF STRUCTURE OF ELECTRONIC COMPONENT

    This drip-proof structure of an electronic component comprises packings 250 (250a - 250d) disposed between a surrounding area of an opening H1 of first and second cases 20, 70 and a surrounding area of an exposure opening 305 of a cover 300. The packings 250 prevent liquid from entering from the exposure opening 305 of the cover 300 and passing between the first and second cases 20, 70 and the cover 300.
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  • STRUCTURE FOR CONNECTING CRIMPING TERMINAL AND WIRE

    This invention is provided with: a wire (11) having a conductor (17), an insulating sheath (19) for covering the conductor (17), and a conductor-exposing part at which the sheath (19) on a terminal part is removed to expose the conductor (17); a crimping terminal (13) comprising a metallic material different from that of the conductor (17), the crimping terminal (13) having formed thereon a wire connection part (25) that has a conductor crimping part (35) for crimping the conductor-exposing part at the terminal part of the wire (11), and a sheath crimping part (39) for crimping a part of the sheath (19) remaining at the terminal part of the wire (11); and an intermediate potential film (15) formed by spraying a metal having a potential different from that of the metallic material constituting the crimping terminal (13) so as to cover the outer periphery of the wire connection part (25) that has been crimped to the terminal part of the wire (11).
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  • SEMICONDUCTOR SENSOR DEVICE

    [Problem] To provide a semiconductor sensor device which is reduced in the production cost, while ensuring reliability. [Solution] A semiconductor sensor device according to the present invention comprises: a substrate; a semiconductor sensor element which is mounted on one surface of the substrate and senses the pressure of a pressure medium; a protective member which is mounted on the one surface of the substrate and protects the semiconductor sensor element; and a pressure medium introducing member which is mounted on the other surface of the substrate and introduces the pressure medium into the semiconductor sensor element via a through hole that is provided in the substrate. The protective member and the pressure medium introducing member are bonded with each other, with the substrate being sandwiched therebetween.
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  • STRUCTURE FOR CONNECTING CRIMP TERMINAL AND ELECTRIC WIRE

    This structure for connecting a crimp terminal (15) and an electric wire (11) is provided with: the crimp terminal (15) having, provided therein, an electric-wire connection part (27) which is crimped to the electric wire (11), and in which a conductor-crimping part (37) and a cover-crimping part (41) are continuously linked; and a waterproof sheet (17) which is provided between the electric-wire connection part (27) and the electric wire (11), and which is provided with an opening through which a conductor (19) and the conductor-crimping part (37) are brought into contact with each other. A joining part (39) which has been swaged and crimped is formed such that, in a cross section which is orthogonal to a base-plate part (43) of the electric-wire connection part (27), and which includes the electric-wire axis (55), a second angle (θ2), which is formed between the base-plate part (43) and a second straight line (67) linking a point (65) at the tip end of the cover-crimping part and a point (63) at the rear end of the conductor-crimping part in the electric-wire connection part (27), is greater than a first angle (θ1), which is formed between the base-plate part (43) and a first straight line (61) linking a point (59) corresponding to the position of the front end (49) of a cover (21) in the direction of the electric-wire axis, and the point (63) at the rear end of the conductor-crimping part in the electric-wire connection part (27).
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  • CABLE HAVING TERMINAL

    A cable having a terminal (1) is provided with a cable (3), a sealing sheet (5), and a terminal (7). The cable (3) has an end section in the longitudinal direction from which a cladding body (9) has been removed. The sealing sheet (5) has an opening (13) formed therein, and covers the one end section of the cable (3) in such a manner that a portion of a core wire (11) is exposed via the opening (13). The terminal (7) is provided with a cable crimping section (15), and as a result of the cable crimping section being crimped to the cable (3), the core wire (11), which is exposed via the opening (13), comes into contact with the cable crimping section (15) and is covered by the cable crimping section (15), and the one end section in the longitudinal direction of the cable (3) is held.
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  • OPTICAL DEVICE

    Provided is an optical device that increases the degree of freedom with respect to the design thereof. The optical device (10) is provided with a light guide section (100) having a substantially trapezoidal shape in a cross section thereof and diffraction grating (101, 102) arranged on the light guide section (100). The diffraction grating (101, 102) is arranged so as to be inclined with respect to the longitudinal direction (the arrow 190) of the light guide section (100). A signal output from a micro-projector (a light source) (150) enters the diffraction grating (101), light diffracted by the diffraction grating (101) is reflected by a reflective section (111), the reflected light is diffracted by the diffraction grating (102), and the result enters an eye (180).
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  • CONNECTION STRUCTURE OF CRIMP TERMINAL WITH RESPECT TO WIRE

    Herein disclosed is a connection structure including a waterproof sheet (30) disposed in an inner surface of a wire connection section (20) and has an opening section (34) in a position corresponding to a conductor exposed section (Wap), in which the waterproof sheet (30) is configured such that a front end (30a) of the waterproof sheet (30) is positioned on a front side from a front end (20a) of a conductor crimp section (21) and a rear end (30b) of the waterproof sheet (30) is positioned on a rear side from a rear end (20b) of the cover crimp section (22).
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  • CABLE HAVING TERMINAL

    A cable having a terminal (1) is provided with a cable (3) and a terminal (5). The cable (3) has one end face in the longitudinal direction of a core wire (7) that is covered by a water impermeable member (11), and is provided with a cladding-free section (13) from which a cladding body (9) has been removed such that the core wire is exposed in an area of one end section in the longitudinal direction. The terminal (5) is provided with a cable crimping section (15). As a result of the cable crimping section (15) being crimped, the core wire (7), which is exposed from the cladding-free section (13), comes into contact with the cable crimping section (15) and is covered by the cable crimping section (15), and the one end section in the longitudinal direction of the cable (3) is held.
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  • Long-term survivors of primary central nervous system lymphoma

    Morii, Ken   Sano, Masakazu   Homma, Jumpei   Yajima, Naoki   Tsukamoto, Yoshihiro   Ogura, Ryouske   Natsumeda, Manabu   Aoki, Hiroshi   Akiyama, Katsuhiko   Saitoh, Takafumi   Hondoh, Hiroaki   Kawaguchi, Atsushi   Takahashi, Hitoshi   Fujii, Yukihiko  

    Objective: In this study, we provide long-term outcome data of patients with primary central nervous system lymphomaMethods: The long-term outcomes of PCNSL patients diagnosed between 1982 and 2006 were reviewed. Neurological late neurotoxicity symptoms, neuroradiological brain atrophy and leukoen-cephalopathy were evaluated. Surviving patients completed the Quality of Life Questionnaire-30 and Brain Cancer Module-20. The differences in overall survival were assessed using the Kaplan-Meier method and log-rank test. The differences between groups in terms of each investigated parameter were analyzed using the Wilcoxon signed-rank testResults: Among 112 PCNSL patients, there were 33 (29.4%) long-term (> 5 years) survivors. The median survival of all long-term survivors was 105.7 months; of these, 8 (7.1%) were alive at the latest follow-up, with a mean survival time of 170.2 months (range, 121.8-286.4). Clinical assessment revealed severe neurotoxicity in 14 patients (42.4%), moderate neurotoxicity in 5 (15.1%), and normal status in 14 (42.4%). Correlations were seen between the neuroradiological imaging score changes and neurocognitive condition (P=3D 0.0001), neurocognitive condition and the whole brain irradiation dose (P=3D 0.0004), and atrophy and the whole brain irradiation dose (P=3D 0.0035).Conclusions: A more severe clinical condition was found to be associated with increasing age and whole brain irradiation dose in long-term survivors with PCNSL.
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  • ChemInform Abstract: Electrochemical Label-Free Nucleotide Sensors

    Aoki, Hiroshi  

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  • Usefulness of QFR measurement for non-culprit lesion of ACS patients

    Kameyama, Takeyoshi   Kubo, Takashi   Emori, Hiroki   Ino, Yasushi   Matsuo, Yoshiki   Yamano, Takashi   Aoki, Hiroshi   Nishiguchi, Tsuyoshi   Ozaki, Yuichi   Orii, Makoto   Kuroi, Akio   Tanimoto, Takashi   Yamaguchi, Tomoyuki   Tanaka, Atsushi   Hozumi, Takeshi   Akasaka, Takashi  

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  • Image Retrieval Method for Multiscale Objects from Optical Colonoscopy Images

    Nosato, Hirokazu   Sakanashi, Hidenori   Takahashi, Eiichi   Murakawa, Masahiro   Aoki, Hiroshi   Takeuchi, Ken   Suzuki, Yasuo  

    Optical colonoscopy is the most common approach to diagnosing bowel diseases through direct colon and rectum inspections. Periodic optical colonoscopy examinations are particularly important for detecting cancers at early stages while still treatable. However, diagnostic accuracy is highly dependent on both the experience and knowledge of the medical doctor. Moreover, it is extremely difficult, even for specialist doctors, to detect the early stages of cancer when obscured by inflammations of the colonic mucosa due to intractable inflammatory bowel diseases, such as ulcerative colitis. Thus, to assist the UC diagnosis, it is necessary to develop a new technology that can retrieve similar cases of diagnostic target image from cases in the past that stored the diagnosed images with various symptoms of colonic mucosa. In order to assist diagnoses with optical colonoscopy, this paper proposes a retrieval method for colonoscopy images that can cope with multiscale objects. The proposed method can retrieve similar colonoscopy images despite varying visible sizes of the target objects. Through three experiments conducted with real clinical colonoscopy images, we demonstrate that the method is able to retrieve objects of any visible size and any location at a high level of accuracy.
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  • EQUIPMENT FOR THE COMBUSTION OF SOLID ORGANIC MATERIAL

    This is equipment for eliminating residues of solid organic material contaminated by pollutants and a with a high moisture content, by means of slow combustion of the material, generating only gaseous residues with carbon dioxide and water vapour and solid residues in the form of ash. The equipment has, as main components: an internal combustion chamber inside the housing, a device for supplying material to be processed, with two sliding covers that operate reciprocally, a system for cleaning ash from the gases, with, in the lower part, an ash-removal port, a gas-processing tower and a device for magnetization of oxygen and controlling process-air intake. The oxygen-magnetization device promotes combustion at low temperatures and in absence of oxygen, preventing the formation of toxic residues and the need for insulation in the case of high temperatures. The structure of the internal chamber forces the expulsion of the combustion gases via the lower part, passing through the ash, which acts as catalyst for said gases.
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  • CRIMPING TERMINAL

    A wire connecting section of a crimping terminal (10) is provided with a crimping section (30) to be crimped on a conductor (52) of a cable. The crimping section (30) has a bottom plate (33) that allows the conductor (52) to be placed on the upper surface, and a pair of crimping pieces (31, 32) that extend up from both side edges of the bottom plate (33) in the width direction. The pair of crimping pieces (32, 33) bend inwardly in such a manner as to wrap around the conductor (52), which has been placed on the bottom plate (33), by means of crimping, thereby being crimped and connected to the conductor (52). Moreover, when the pair of crimping pieces (31, 32) have been crimped and connected to the conductor (52), a crimping form in which the pair of crimping pieces (31, 32) do not dig into the conductor (52) is formed.
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  • SKIN COSMETIC

    The present invention provides a skin cosmetic that has a strong UV light protection effect, has a smooth, refreshing feel without any squeaky sensation, and is comfortable to use. Provided is a skin cosmetic that contains the following components (A), (B), and (C): (A) 3-50 mass% of gel-like particles, (B) 0.05-3 mass% of a thickening agent, and (C) 30-95 mass% of water, wherein component (A) is gel-like particles containing the following (a)-(f): (a) 0.1-10 mass% of at least one type of gelling agent selected from agar, carrageenan, and gelatin, (b) 1-30 mass% of an inorganic UV light scattering agent, (c) 1-40 mass% of an organic UV light absorbing agent, (d) 0.1-24 mass% of an amphiphilic solid fat, (e) 0.05-5 mass% of a dextrin fatty acid ester, and (f) 30-80 mass% of water.
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